Eric Esch “Butterbean” vs Eric Barrak Fight Video – Instinct MMA

He knocked out former UFC fighter Houston Alexander on Friday in the main event of the instinct of a marital arts event.
Alexander was the recipient of a standing elbow Bosse late in the second round that ended his night. Bosse, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que., Won a thrilling first round against the fighter known as “murderer” and was the impetus for the second round of victory.
Bosse, who improved his record to 9-1 MMA, credited his coaches for his success. Bosse pledged to “keep working hard … to keep my head down and keep training” following the biggest win of his career.

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Before joining MMA, Bosse played in heavy fighting in North American Hockey League based in Quebec, where he accumulated 1042 minutes in the penalty of 150 games.
Patrick Cote defeated UFC veteran Crafton Wallace, costing his third consecutive victory since leaving the UFC. Cote and Wallace traded blows to start the match, but quickly Wallace injured his knee after a kill Cote.
Costa said he heard pop knee Wallace went to the canvas.
“I came aggressive … and I was happy,” said Cote. “I always had more success when I was having fun. I found a way to have fun again and I think it showed.”
Eric Barrak 356 pounds defeated Eric (Butterbean) Esch in a fight that lived up to its billing as a stand up war. Barrak worked his jab out of the huge range of Butterbean. Butterbean tried with little success to pursue, then Barrak Butterbean caught in a clash in the third round to end the fight.
At the climax of the night, Martin Grandmont Quebec got a stunning kick to the head to put William Sriyapai to sleep in the first round. It was announced that will face Grandmont (The New York ass like me) Phil Baroni on the agenda of the next MMA Instinct in December.

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